Granted, times have changed since that first Thanksgiving feast. Those early settlers would have traded a pile of deerskins for a rifled barrel, not to mention a bullet-drop-compensating scope purged with nitrogen. Yet with everything that has changed, a few things haven't: The fact that hunters can walk the woods. The fact that there are still woods to walk in. The fact that we can walk out of those woods with a harvest and rejoice with our families. Worthy of thanks, all of that.